HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is appointing four Connecticut residents to fill vacancies on the Board of Pardons and Paroles.
The nominees have various backgrounds, including in law enforcement, victim advocacy and social work.
Nominees include Patricia Thomas Camp, of Bloomfield, who’s currently a part-time member of the board. She’s board treasurer at the Connecticut Urban League Initiative, a nonprofit organization associated with UConn Law School.
The other nominees are Jeff Hoffman, of Madison, a contract court security officer at the federal court in New Haven, former Newtown state Rep. Christopher Lyddy, of New Haven, the chief operating officer at Advanced Trauma Solutions in Farmington, and Carmen Sierra, of New Britain, a victim services advocate with the state Judicial Branch.
The nominees await legislative approval.